Learning To Make The Most Of Waste
2G-Cenergy has received an order to supply a combined heat & power (CHP) cogeneration plant to the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
Last year, university officials decided to build a dry fermentation anaerobic bio-digester, which is designed to convert yard and food waste into biogas. The 370 kW/hr biogas system will be located on the Dempsey Trail, which is adjacent to the Witzel Avenue Campus Service Center at the university, according to 2G-Cenergy.
The plant, which is powered by a 2G optimus 370BG gas engine, is expected to produce 4183 MW of thermal energy and 3071 MW of electricity per year, which the university will use. All excess power will be sold to the grid.
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